Logitech clearchat comfort usb pro – headphones and mic. Extremely simple to install, use with skype and get excellent reception. The mute feature button is easy to use whilst in conversation.
Reliable, but uncomfy and a bit expensive. I bought these headphones about 3 years ago and admittedly they have served me well. Their durability has been excellent, although ironically it is a mechanical failure which parts me with these decent headphones- a wire breakage means i can hear but not speak. The negatives come with its fairly ugly design, the ear base being to small so it doesn’t cover your ear but rests on it; way too uncomfortable (you have to keep taking it off momentarily for pain relief) and for the price, i feel that there are much better alternatives on the market.
Took a little punt on this after seeing it first in pc world priced £24 then buying it here on amazon. First thing to point out is that its used only for skype and on calls that can last up to an hour or so. For this purpose it has been excellent with no discomfort or technical problems to report and with great call clarity through both the mic and headset. If, as some other reviewers have mentioned, it develops a problem then i will adjust my review accordingly but as for now it very good value for money and has covered its purchase price already.
Solid usb headset – designed to last. These are a good quality usb headset, which is ideal for regular skype users. It comes with an ample length sturdy lead, which allows for moving and reaching around when in use. The left sided microphone is strong and sturdy, and rotates around to the band for protection when not in use. Though it’s not adjustable, it still gives very crisp and clear speech. The ear pads are soft and comfortable, and the clarity is excellent for speech, and more than acceptable for games and music when needed. A solid remote volume control is built onto the cable, and clips well onto shirts without any snags. Easily the best headset i’ve bought so far, and at the right sort of money for the better quality goods.
- solid USB headset – designed to last
- couldn’t be better
- Sounds Great, Feels Not-So-Great
- Hassle free USB headphone for non adanved users
- Don’t wear them for longer than an hour!
- Logitech Comfort
Logitech Clearchat Comfort USB
Good volume and seem decent quality. The only downside is that they are very uncomfortable. The name and description would suggest that you can have them on for hours and be fine but after about 10 mins the start to hurt the top of your head and then your ears. You can adjust then as in move them about on your head and that lets the other part of your head recover enough that you can put them back if that makes sense.
Functional headset with a couple of design flaws. I work from home, and use skype for calls for up to an hour each day. I needed a new usb headset to replace previous logitech model that had fallen apart after long service. Pros- good sound quality- easy (plug-and-play) setup on mac os- volume control on the cablecons- the volume control buttons are *very* sensitive, meaning just placing the cable on the table can push them- the headband is rather too springy. Even at its most extended setting it applies too much pressure to the ears, making the headphones uncomfortable if worn for long periods.
Logitech clearchat comfort usb headset. For this price, the quality of sound/use is excellantthe ear pads do not worry me, hardly any soreness, even over any lengthy period of use. I use this headset on skype, my cousin noticed immediately how clear it was. I had no problem with installation for win xp + win 7.